In May 2024, the International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN) will convene at the Grapevine Convention Center, situated adjacent to the Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport. ISOEN 2024, renowned for its focus on artificial chemoreception, olfaction, and taste, will serve as a global platform for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to exchange the latest developments in sensor technologies and related fields.

   The symposium will delve into various topics, encompassing odor sampling techniques, sensor materials, multivariable sensor arrays, and data analytics applications across medical, industrial, environmental, air quality, and food safety sectors. Additionally, discussions will extend to IoT, robotic systems, and bioengineering, reflecting the diverse applications of artificial chemoreception.

Once again, the ISOCS Short Course Winter is here. In this iSOCS SCW 2024, world-leading experts will gather in Bormio, Italy from January 15 to 19 to delve into the fascinating field of "CHEMICAL SENSING FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS: FROM A PROOF OF CONCEPT TO A MEDICAL DEVICE."

Actually, this is not just an opportunity to learn more about Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems in the field of biomedical devices but also a chance to go skiing with friends. This perfect combination makes these courses both enriching and enjoyable.

 The National Science Foundation's (NSF) of the USA is launching its Convergence Accelerator annual research grants with the collaboration of two Swedish research agencies. This year is, however, special because there will be funds for projects related to Real-World Chemical Sensing Applications for the first time. Many funds, up to 750.000 dollars for 48 projects.

   This grant is offered to projects related to tools, technologies, and applications to address challenges in chemical sensing. In particular, this grant is focused on the following topics:

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